p.24 AN ANSWER/ORIGINATE MODEM
[author Ronald G Parsons]
Construction from precalibrated modules that eliminate the need for complicated adjustments makes this modem a practical project for the homebrewing hobbyist.
p.42 I/O EXPANSION FOR THE TRS-80, Part 2: Serial Ports
[author Steve Ciarcia]
Along with a discussion of the theory of serial I/O ports, here's a design for an economical RS-232C interface that is compatible with standard TRS-80 software.
p.64 Z80 OP CODES FOR AN 8080 ASSEMBLER
[author William T Powers]
Using predefined variable names, you can generate proper Z80 machine-language code.
p.96 COMMUNICATING IN TWO DIRECTIONS
[author Mark R Tichener]
With proper transmission lines, extra terminals can make your personal computer flexible and easy to access from many locations.
p.122 A TIME-SHARING/MULTI-USER SUBSYSTEM FOR MICROPROCESSORS
[author Don Kinzer]
This minimal hardware/software system shows that running multiple users on microcomputers is a simpler task to implement than most think.
p.140 A TELEPHONE-DIALING MICROCOMPUTER
[author John Renbarger]
Automatic telephone dialing can be done by two diverse methods.
p.88 MY TRS-80 TALKS TO MY CROMEMCO Z-2
[author Rod Hallen]
Peripherals that were once dedicated to a single computer can now be shared by using this communications scheme.
p.108 UNDERSTANDING ISAM
[author Reginald D Gates]
Some microcomputers can use the indexed-sequential access method, known as ISAM, instead of random access or sequential access.
p.214 INTERPERSONALIZED MEDIA: WHAT'S NEWS?
[author James A Levin]
Decreasing costs and increasing availability of telecommunication facilities for microcomputers imply modes of communication vastly different from the ones we use today.
p.230 FIFTEEN: A GAME OF STRATEGY (OR TIC-TAC-TOE REVISITED)
[author John Rheinstein]
This is a Nim-like game in which players try to pick numbers that will add up to 15.
p.6 Editorial: The Grass Roots Electronic Post Office...
p.84, 212, 228 BYTE's Bits
p.86 Ask BYTE
p.136 Book Reviews: The Network Nation: Human Communications via Computer
p.174 BYTELINES (formerly BYTE News)
p.182 BYTE's Bugs
p.186 BYTE's Bits: Bills Introduced in Congress
p.196 Technical Forum
A Race-Car Monitoring Program
Computing Time Between Dates
p.204 Event Queue
p.210 Clubs and Newsletters
p.238 Languages Forum: Comment and Correction for Mouse
p.242 What's New?
p.287 Unclassified Ads, BOMB Results
p.288 Reader Service, BOMB